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No Horse Run Opens At Choa Chu Kang MRT With Pandan Gula Melaka Waffles And New Kolo Mee

22nd June 2022

No Horse Run Cafe at Choa Chu Kang

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Image credit: @nohorserunsg

We previously raved about local dessert parlour No Horse Run when they first launched in Yishun. This time, they’re bringing their popular buttermilk waffles and locally inspired gelato to the West! The new cafe is located within Choa Chu Kang MRT Station, opposite The Warren condominium.

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This second branch is also serving all-day brunch fare and Sarawak-style kolo mee, so you can fill up properly before indulging in all the sweet stuff.

Go for the Classic Kolo Mee ($6): Malaysian-style springy noodles with house-made minced pork and thick char siew slices. Alternatively, one up your meal with the Premium Kolo Mee ($8.50), which comes with additional prawns and deep-fried wontons.

For brunch, there are currently three classics on the menu: Eggs Benedict ($9.80), NHR Pancakes ($6.80), and Signature Breakfast ($12.80) comprising an assortment of eggs, french toast, tater tots and more. There’s also a small pasta menu with choices including Carbonara ($8.80) and Smoked Duck Aglio Olio ($8.80).

No Horse Run pandan gula melaka waffle - cross section

Fans can look forward to the cafe’s signature Pandan Gula Melaka Waffles ($6.50), best enjoyed with scoops of gelato. To go with this waffle flavour, we recommend the nostalgic Muah Chee ($5) gelato, studded with sticky and chewy handmade muah chee bits and crunchy peanuts.

No Horse Run pandan gula melaka waffles - making

The green-hued waffle batter is made with pure pandan extract that the team painstakingly makes themselves. Gula melaka and coconut milk are added to the mix for depth and flavour. When we tried them during our visit to their Yishun location last year, they boasted a crisp exterior with a pleasantly light and fluffy middle.

No Horse Run matcha sea salt

Another must-try flavour from the gelato menu is the Seasalt Matcha ($5), made with Uji matcha and Himalayan pink salt. There’s also a Cereal Mai Pian ($5) flavour worth getting if you’re a fan of the old-school Nestum cereal drink.

If you’re looking for more desserts to try, check out our full guide to the best ice cream and waffles cafes in Singapore. Otherwise, head to Cremier’s new Tampines outlet if you live in the East, for your ice cream fix.

Address: 50A Choa Chu Kang Loop, #01-21, Singapore 689959
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 11pm
Tel: 8189 4456
Website

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Featured image adapted from @nohorserunsg.
Images used are for illustrative purposes only.

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